Application materials include the following:. Application Instruction Booklet. Application Acknowledgement Card. Application Form. Course Application Fee Form. Transcript Request Form
For EACH course you apply, your application tous should include
the completed acknowledgement card
(affixed with S’pore stamp of 50 cents for local addresses)
your bank draft/cheque for the application feeindicating dollars “forty only” (S$40) or “twentyonly” (S$20) if applying online,with thecompleted Course Application Fee Form
the completed application form
1 set of A4 size supporting documents
photocopy of the page of your passportbearing the passport number
(for all nonSingaporeans)
S'pore NRIC or citizenship certificate
(for S'pore Permanent Residents)
employment pass / work permit
(for International applicants working in S'pore)
documentary proof of change in name
(if you had your name changed and your name in NRIC /Passport is not identical tothe name printed in your degree scroll /certificate /university transcript)
GCE 'O' level results
or Middle School results
or its equivalent
GCE 'A' level results
or High-School results
or its equivalent
polytechnic results and certificate
or its equivalent
photocopy of university results
(from 1st year to final/honours year).
Original officialtranscript or its certified true copies, of candidates with qualifications other than thosefrom NUS should also be sent directly from theissuing University to NUS in a SEALEDenvelope with its flap bearing the security sealof the university and the signature of theRegistrar or representative
degree scroll / degree certificate
a financial statement indicating a total of atleast S$15,000 or equivalent
(for Int’l applicants applying for full-time course)
scoresheet indicating a min. scoreof 580 (paper-based test) or 237 (computer -based test) or 92 (internet-based test) or
result of 6.0.
(for Int’l applicants who graduated fromuniversities where English is not the mainmedium of instruction)
Submission of Application
The completed Application Form must besubmitted together with all other relevantsupporting documents to be consideredcomplete. No changes will be allowed to theapplication(s) which have been submitted.
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Candidates who wish to apply for more than oneM.Sc. programme must submit
sets of application forms, together with theapplication fee of S$40 (or S$20 for onlineapplication) for
programme. Each set of application form should be accompanied by allthe documents outlined under APPLICATIONCHECKLIST.
Candidates who are interested in applying for both full-time and part-time study of a graduateprogramme need
thefull-time or part-time study, according to their first choice of preference. Candidates who aresuccessful upon gaining admission maysubsequently apply to convert their studentstatus
(i.e. from full-time to part-time or vice versa).
Areas of Specialization
Candidates who are interested in applying for more than an area of specialization within aM.Sc. programme, need only to apply for thatsingle relevant M.Sc. programme. Multipleapplications for different areas of specializationwithin a M.Sc. programme are not required atthis point of application.
International applicants who are not residing inSingapore or not working in Singapore are onlyeligible to apply for the full-time Master of Science programmes. For candidates who arenot applying for any scholarship, do accompanyyour applications with any one of the followingproof of financial support :. documentary evidence of financial support inthe form of a bank statement. The bankstatement should indicate a total of at leastS$15,000, or equivalentor . letter of confirmation from a sponsor anddocumentary evidence of financial supportfrom the sponsor
(e.g. bank statement of sponsor should indicate a total of at least S$15,000)
[This booklet is supplied purely as a guide to assist applicants in the application procedures. The University reserves the right to change the courses it offers and any regulation or requirements concerning its graduate programmes at any time]
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